The groundbreaking author of Paul Takes The Form of a Mortal Girl talks about writing, activism, and their experiences growing up queer.
Unapologetically political, Comma Press are in the vanguard of UK literary culture – publishing some of the most challenging short stories in the industry.
Chris McQueer remembers how Amelia Gray’s nightmarish collection made him scared to go to sleep – and inspired him to start writing in the process.
We speak with journalist and author Beth Gardiner about the health effects that come with breathing dirty air – an issue responsible for seven million premature deaths every year.
Saskia Vogel’s debut novel – which explores desire and loneliness in LA – is one of this year’s most exciting. We speak to the author about how she subverted the genre.
Writer Daisy Jones pays tribute to the musician’s 2010 memoir, and the lessons it teaches about knowledge, pleasure and fulfilment.
The bestselling author of The Hate U Give talks rage, resistance, and the political power of hip hop.
In his new book, the offbeat comedian opens up about his experiences with alcoholism, suicidal thoughts and sex.
Writer Lauren O’Neill reflects on the rhythm and soul of Jack Kerouac’s 1957 novel, and its eventual reclamation as a soft-boi classic.
Fitzcarraldo Editions are the stylish, innovative publishing house that puts authors before books – creating an environment where they can grow, and prosper, together.
You’d be forgiven for thinking the print publishing industry was on its last legs. In fact, the modern landscape is full of possibility.
In a new column, the world’s most exciting writers share the books that had the biggest influence on their life. This week, it’s Luke Turner on Derek Jarman.